Kill Shots, Probiotics, Immune System
Gut, Liver, Lymph Connections
Things that kill infections are supplements, not substitutes for the immune system.
The immune system is coordinated by friendly bacteria and yeast, which are also part of our digestive system.
Friendly and non friendly bacteria and yeast as candida compete to occupy the body.
Increasing one can decrease the other. When one is really strong the other cannot gain ground.
When mass creates momentum one side can take- over for better or worse.
Probiotics can aggressively kill pathogens and create die-off as they reclaim terrain.
Kill shots can be the first step to clearing space for probiotics.
Probiotics are not just from supplements but also in raw foods especially fermented foods.
Food is also food or prebiotics for probiotics.
Every food we eat grows something, good or bad. Many prebiotics grow both good or bad probiotics.
Good bacteria coordinate the immune system by signaling to its organs to send various white blood cells, macrophages, IgG, etc. to locations with infections and toxic invaders.
Components of the immune include:
• Peyers patches in the intestines.
• Lymph systems as delivering system for moving pathogen fighters and nutrients to cells and organs. Most of the lymph and therefore immune system is centered around the gut.
Supporting these organs with nutrition is vital.
General nutrition for every cell the body is vital: like magnesium and sunlight.
Organ specific nutrition can also be helpful concerning repairing leaky gut of the intestines and mucousa.
Butyrate is the single largest nutrient component that probiotics create that is part of gut healing, from fermenting certain fibers or directly from butter.
Nutrition and immunity is supported by movement: the lymph as a whole requires movement like walking that pumps the lymph all the way through the gut and has noticeable effects for bowel movements.
Bile flow is crucial for bowel movements for a healthy gut.
It is especially important to evacuate when killing infections since those create die-off and release of more toxins that can create constipation that compound the problem—you are better off with diarrhea temporarily.
Healthy bile flow helps sterilize the intestines of bad bugs.
Healthy bile flow helps remove toxicity that weaken the organs of the immune system in the first place.
Good bacteria can attach to toxins and help detoxify the liver so that it can be stronger to do its jobs.
It’s all so interrelated
Gut and liver and lymph work together.
Leaky gut with holes created by bugs and toxins releases undigested food, pathogens and toxins into the blood to make the liver work harder.
It’s a neat little conspiracy to make your body and immune system weaker.
If you don’t like conspiracy theories you should watch the You Tube video: Invasion of the Brain Snatchers about how parasites manipulate the brains of hosts to their advantage.
Some infections are external parasites and some are intenral dysbiosis imbalances that create mutations from good yeast to pathogenic candida, for example. The dysbiosis dimension is part of terrain theory, which I am emphasizing hear as the whole system. The medical paradigm sees only external infection as a singular cause and as if nature is the problem, not toxins and dietary practices, and environment as a whole. Terrain theory ideologues sometimes deny any external infection. Even traditionally people are said to have done routine worming with various plants as those infections seem to occur despite strong immunity.
It is often productive to start with kills shots and then phase-in probiotics, in stages with variety.
Some people cannot tolerate any probiotics they tried, which could be they did not find the right probiotics or need to do something else first.
The most sensitive people with mca, histamines, limited food choices, reacting to many things, etc. often need to figure out an exact order of how to proceed. I could not possible guess that in social media comments.
If you are reading this on social media, don’t give any personal advice here.
I don’t give any product recommendations.
I’m not even interested in answering questions as I already sacrificed my time and this is my contribution. Half the questions are already answered and the person did to take responsibility to read.
I do like hearing from others what worked for them or other insights.
People who need advice can observe and decide for themselves if it applies.
That seems more productive than asking others to play doctor through guessing with back and forth messages interrupting someone’s day when they have to work for a living.